Vaginal Mesh Helpline Idaho, Transvaginal Mesh Lawyers

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Also known as a pelvic sling, bladder mesh, indicates that vaginal mesh bladder sling,Gynecare Prolift, Bard Avaulta, Boston Scientific Pinnacle and Uphold, and AMS (American Medical Systems) Apogee, Perigee, and Elevate or transvaginal mesh vaginal mesh support systems are used to help with pelvic organ prolapse as well as urinary incontinence They can cause serious internal injuries. These transvaginal mesh patch implants, along with the depuy hip replacement also manufactured by Johnson & Johnson and C.R. Bard, Boston Scientific, American Medical Systems, and others, may cause pain, infection, erosion, organ damage, and additional surgeries, and other vaginal mesh injuries.

If you have experienced vaginal mesh complications following pelvic organ prolapse surgery or stress urinary incontinence surgery, The Transvaginal mesh Helpline lawyers of Vaginal Mesh helpline Idaho may be able to help you obtain significant compensation for the vaginal mesh problems you are experiencing.

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Vaginal Mesh- History of the Problem

Between the years of 2005 and 2010, nearly 4,000 vaginal mesh injuries have been reported to the Food and Drug Administration. In a 2010 article in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology, researchers stated that they had to cease a vaginal mesh clinical trial early because of the higher-than-expected number of complications and injuries. The trial was stopped when it was discovered that more than 15 percent of women who were implanted with vaginal mesh suffered vaginal mesh erosion within only three months of implantation. As a result of numerous negative reports, the FDA issued a vaginal mesh warning to patients and physicians in 2011, cautioning that the risks of using vaginal mesh are so severe that alternative treatments should be considered. It is now widely accepted that, in most cases, pelvic organ prolapsed can be treated without the use of vaginal mesh
What are the Transvaginal Mesh complications:

Idaho Women that have received transvaginal mesh have reported injuries, including mesh contraction, which causes vaginal shortening, tightening and severe pain; surgical mesh erosion; bowel and bladder perforations; and hemorrhage.

What has the Transvaginal Mesh been used to treat?

The use of Transvaginal mesh in treatment for pelvic organ prolapse.

Six minimally invasive treatments using mesh are currently offered in the U.S. and Idaho For women who have more than one organ prolapse at a time, severe pelvic organ prolapse, or a previously unsuccessful prolapse surgery, the surgeon may use graft materials (supportive mesh) to repair a bladder bulge or hernia into the vagina (cystocele), intestinal bulges (enterocele), and rectal bulges (rectocele) during the same procedure, if necessary.

Johnson & Johnson

    Ethicon TVT
Gynecare TVT
Gynemesh PS
Prolene Polypropylene Mesh Patch


    Avaulta Plus BioSynthetic Support System
Avaulta Solo Synthetic Support System
Faslata Allograft
Pelvicol Tissue
PelviSoft Biomesh
Pelvitex Polypropylene Mesh

American Medical Systems or AMS
Boston Scientific

    Advantage Sling System
Obtryx Curved Single
Obtryx Mesh Sling
Prefyx Mid U Mesh Sling System
Prefyx PPS System

If you are experiencing complications from your vaginal mesh device you must see a physician. We understand that this is not easy for you but, it is imperative. We suggest seeking  Uro-gynecologist for your Tansvaginal mesh complications.

we were able to locate one in Idaho however,this is not a recommendation or referral:

Tina Gail
Urogynecologist /
1441 Parkway Dr
Blackfoot, ID 83221-1667